MB BCh BAO, FRCSC
GREI Program Director
Clinical Associate Professor
Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)
BC Women's Hospital
Dr Niamh Tallon was raised in Dublin, Ireland and completed her undergraduate training at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and moved to Canada in 2005, for residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Saskatchewan. She accepted a position into the UBC fellowship program in 2011 and has been a division member since. She is a fellow of the Royal College of physicians in Canada and has subspecialty accreditation in Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
Dr Tallon practices infertility management at the Olive Fertility Centre in Vancouver, where she is a Co- Director. Her areas of expertise include egg freezing, the evaluation and treatment of infertility, recurrent implantation/ pregnancy loss and in the application of advanced fertility care. She has co-authored a number of publications in the field of infertility and actively participates in the ongoing education of trainees at all levels and in providing inter-disciplinary education. She has been actively involved in fellowship training for a number of years.
Actively involved in teaching of medical students, as well as residency and fellows training for Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Roberts J, Ronn R, Tallon N and Holzer H. Practice guideline: fertility preservation for the reproductive aged woman. Current Oncology, 2015: 22(4), e294-304.
Roberts J, Tallon N and Holzer H. Fertility Preservation In Reproductive Age Woman Facing Gonadotoxic Treatments. Clinical Practice Guideline, CFAS, 2014.
Tallon N, Akbar A, McComb P. Congenital ampullary atresia of the fallopian tube and co-existence of fimbrial tissue. Journal of Genital System Disorders. June 28, 2013, S1.
Tallon N and Havelock J. Poster presentation: Isolated teratospermia and pregnancy outcome at In Vitro Fertilization and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection. CFAS annual meeting 2013,Victoria.
Tallon N and Case A. Quintuplets: A Rare Event Following Clomiphene Citrate Therapy. Response to the Editor, JOGC, 2012, 34(7):616-617.
Tallon N and Case A. JOGC, Image of the month: Quintuplets: Rare event following Clomiphene Citrate Therapy. JOGC, 2012;34(3):217.
Tallon, NM, Reid, JR, Olatunbosun, F, Martel, JM. Oral presentation at SOGC Annual Clinical Meeting, Calgary. 2008. Obstetrical Admissions to the ICU.
Excellence in Clinical Research, Reproductive Science and Medicine Research Symposium, 9th March 2007. Tallon, N.M., Case, A.R., Lawson K and Baerwald A.R.. Beliefs around fertility and aspirations of future parenthood: a survey of students attending the University of Saskatchewan. Proceedings of the University of Saskatchewan Reproductive Science and Medicine Research Symposium. Abstract: 20.